Did you feel the earthquake in Northeast San Diego County this morning?
According to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) the temblor occurred at 4:06 this morning (Tuesday), with the epicenter about 128 miles southeast of Los Angeles, two and a half miles northwest of Lake Henshaw and about seven miles southeast of Palomar Mountain. They said it was a 3.0 magnitude quake, at a depth of 4.97 miles that occurred in the early morning on Tuesday.
Residents of Warner Springs, Pauma Valley, Rincon and Valley Center reported feeling mild shaking.
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